BTS Holds Exciting First Night of Concerts Ahead of Comeback with New Mini Album
BTS is getting us fans even more excited for their comeback with their sold out concerts entitled “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: On Stage”!
The group is performing their concerts over three nights at the SK Olympic Handball Gymnasium, and the first exciting night was on November 27. Over 4,000 lucky fans in the audience were not only treated to performances of the group’s hits, but also got to hear their new song “Run” for the first time.
BTS put on a jam-packed show that lasted over two hours, including performances of tracks such as “Hold Me Tight,” “Let Me Know,” “Danger,” “Converse High,” “24/7=Heaven,” “Miss Right,” and more. They wrapped up the concert with their hit “I Need You,” which won first place on music shows this spring.
Before the concert, the members held a press conference to talk about their new song and mini album, which is the follow up to their mini album “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Pt. 1.” They explain that while the previous mini album focused on the difficulties, anxiety, and loneliness of young people, the second part will include an adventurous and rushed feeling, which is why the title track is called “Run.”
After the show, some photos were shared online of the group hanging out backstage!
BTS’s fourth mini album “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Pt. 2” will be released on November 30 at midnight KST. The group will be making their comeback performance at MAMA in Hong Kong on December 2. But before that, they have two more concerts coming up on November 28 and 29!
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